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    editing probs.

    Richard...I was editing a post on the Matthew thread and for some reason, it won't bold or space. Noticed too..that in one word there is a space between the letters that shouldn't be there. I try to fix it...it looks fixed in the edit, but when it shows up in the forum, the edit isnt there. It seems just confined to a few posts....like a greasy spot on a page when you try to ink over it.
    Any wee clues, Laddie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathryn View Post
    Richard...I was editing a post on the Matthew thread and for some reason, it won't bold or space. Noticed too..that in one word there is a space between the letters that shouldn't be there. I try to fix it...it looks fixed in the edit, but when it shows up in the forum, the edit isnt there. It seems just confined to a few posts....like a greasy spot on a page when you try to ink over it.
    Any wee clues, Laddie?
    What browser are you using? I've seen problems with IE 9. It's hard to believe that they can't get something as simply as a comment box right after all these years!

    Is there a specific post I should look at to see an example of the problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kathryn View Post
    Richard...I was editing a post on the Matthew thread and for some reason, it won't bold or space. Noticed too..that in one word there is a space between the letters that shouldn't be there. I try to fix it...it looks fixed in the edit, but when it shows up in the forum, the edit isnt there. It seems just confined to a few posts....like a greasy spot on a page when you try to ink over it.
    Any wee clues, Laddie?
    Kathryn, if you are using Internet Explorer (IE), then try using the 32-bit IE and not the 64-bit version. If you have Windows 7 then you will have both of those browsers. Try the 32-bit one. It works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heb13-13 View Post
    Kathryn, if you are using Internet Explorer (IE), then try using the 32-bit IE and not the 64-bit version. If you have Windows 7 then you will have both of those browsers. Try the 32-bit one. It works for me.

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    [B]Rick...I really appreciate your help...but daz all greek to me! Sorry! I wouldn't know a 64-bit version if it bit me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathryn View Post
    [B]Rick...I really appreciate your help...but daz all greek to me! Sorry! I wouldn't know a 64-bit version if it bit me.
    Well, that's the problem with Windows. A bit complicated.

    If you go to Start --> Programs you will get something like this.

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    Notice there are 2 Internet Explorers. One says 64bit and the other does not.

    Do you have 2 of these? Start with one of them and see which one works better for you.

    Rick

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